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How to stay motivated on firm goals

As we enter the second month of a new year, now is a good time to reflect on where we stand in relation to the goals we made for ourselves back in January. Are we on track? Have we given up yet?

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Editorial: Veterans courts built to last

This month’s Wisconsin Law Journal print edition's cover story about veterans courts has lots of information, but glaringly lacks the answer to the most important question: Are veterans courts successful?

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He speaks!

Monday, for the first time since Feb. 22, 2006, Thomas spoke actual words during oral arguments, uttering “Well, he did not …” according to the official transcript.

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This is not your parents’ legal marketplace

Changes in billing methods, improvements in technology, a turbulent economy and the globalization of the legal practice have left lawyers with a landscape far different from the one we worked in a decade ago.

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JOB CITES: Don’t be afraid to care about subordinates

A friend recently shared with me that she was “afraid to care” when it came to the subordinates she encounters on a daily basis. Especially during this holiday season, it struck me as a sad commentary on what the exponential growth of lawsuits has done to the important interpersonal and professional relationships in the workplace.

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